48th Annual Meeting of the Alaska Anthropological Association
#AkAA virtual 2021
The Alaska Anthropological Association will be holding its 48th Annual Meeting from March 1-5, 2021 as a free virtual conference via Zoom (#AkAA virtual 2021). The theme of this year’s conference is Fostering a Culture of Equity through the Removal of Boundaries. The virtual format of the conference affords the opportunity to offer both research-driven presentations as well as social events that encourage conversations and connections. The boundary-less conference format also offers us a significant opportunity to better serve our underrepresented communities as well as our colleagues from all over the world. We welcome ideas for sessions and presentations in a variety of media, including but not limited to, papers, posters, storytelling, film, panel discussions, and multi-media performances.
November 6: Call opens for conference sessions and individual presentations.
November 16: Applications open for student scholarships. Nominations open for the professional achievement award, current contribution, and service to the association award.
December 1: Online registration opens.
December 6: Call for sessions closes.
January 22: Call for individual presentations closes.
January 31: Deadline for scholarship and award submissions.
March 1-5: #AkAA virtual 2021 #AkAA virtual 2021 Conference Team
Morgan Blanchard (Board), Sally Carraher, Sam Coffman (Board), John Hemmeter (Student Intern), Tamara Holman, Anne Jensen, Joshua Lynch (Board), Amy Phillips-Chan (President), Monty Rogers, Scott Shirar (Board), Marine Vanlandeghem
Program Ideas, Abstract Submissions, and Schedule
Virtual Poster Session
Student Networking Events
Scholarships and Awards
Conference Program Book